Chicago Fed national activity index for June 4.11 vs. 4.0 estimate

Author: Greg Michalowski | Category: News

Chicago Fed national activity index for June 2020

  • Chicago Fed national activity index for June rose to 4.11. That is a record high going back to at least 2000
  • prior month was revised higher to 3.5 from 2.61
  • the gains come off of a record low reading in April of -17.89
  • the index was led by improvements in production and employment related indicators
  • 54 of 85 monthly individual indicators made positive contributions
  • 31 of 85 made negative contributions
The Fed national activity index is a comp. of 85 indicators. A reading above 0 indicates growth. While a reading below 0 and indicates contraction.

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Chicago Fed national activity index
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